Grizzlies learn about the legal system in London





 

For the fourth consecutive year, criminal justice/criminology faculty members Dr. Bruce Carroll, associate professor, and Dr. Marie Ratchford, assistant professor, led a group of Grizzlies on an Education Abroad program to London, England.  The program focused on a comparative analysis of the English versus American legal systems.  Highlights included visits to live court sessions, meeting local English law enforcement and touring various cultural sites in London and Windsor.

Dr. Brett Young receives award for Best Paper





 

Dr. Brett Young, assistant professor of management information systems, received the 2016 Best Paper Award from the Journal of the Association for Information Systems during its International Conference on Information Systems held in December 2017.

Young is the lead author of “Inconsistent and Incongruent Frames During IT-enabled Change: An Action Research Study into Sales Process Innovation," a paper on the social construction of technology and social cognitive processes in organizations that has helped researchers investigate how stakeholder groups perceive information system practices and opportunities.